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  Volume 3, Number 1, Spring 1960

Table of Contents

The Contributors

p. iii
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Notes

p. iv
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A Letter from Paris

pp. 4-7
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Strindberg and the Danse Macabre

pp. 8-15
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The Divided Self in the Society Comedies of Oscar Wilde

pp. 16-23
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Perspectives of Modern Verse Drama

pp. 24-29
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Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson's Beyond Human Power and Kaj Munk's The Word

pp. 30-36
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Old History and New: Anachronism in Caesar and Cleopatra

pp. 37-41
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Anderson's Winesburg and the Hedgerow Theatre

pp. 42-51
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Eliot and Kierkegaard: "The Meaning of Happening" in The Cocktail Party

pp. 52-59
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The Case for Harlequin: A Footnote on Shaw's Dramatic Method

pp. 60-74
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The Progeny of Atreus

pp. 75-81
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Wedekind in Retrospect

pp. 82-92
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Book Reviews

J. M. Synge, 1871-1909 by David H. Greene and Edward M. Stephens (review)

pp. 93-95
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Camus by Germaine Brée (review)

pp. 96-97
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"Mon ami le Theatre" by Jean-Jacques Bernard (review)

p. 97
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The Writer in Extremis, Expressionism in Twentieth-Century German Literature by Walter H. Sokel (review)

pp. 98-100
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